I’ve talked to a few people that have a good number of slider down jumps that told me never to do it. What determines a a low jump with a pre inflated pc or a mushroom type handheld jump?
Why? What was their reasoning? Honestly curious as to their thoughts. I could see a poorly executed pre-inflation causing various deployment issues. I think it's probably pointless for most slider off jumps because lets face it, what people consider low really ain't that low at all. That being said, it is probably one of the quickest ways possible to line stretch on a hand held jump. But, it is definitely a unique/different technique that you would want to practice extensively to perfect (very different to hand held mushroom). I also believe it works best with the largest of large PCs (50+) and I seem to remember reading that the ultra low guys were even using a shorter bridle to help maintain "pre inflation" on the way to bridle stretch. So if we are talking 9ft bridle and 48PC freefalling 200ish and up. Then I wouldn't even bother trying to figure it out.